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Health & Safety Pop Quiz. When you are ready, click your mouse and we will begin. Today’s Categories…. Spotting the Accident Before it Happens Fixing Problems Reporting Possibles Reporting Actuals Dealing With the Committee The Laws Office Ergonomics Make sure you have your Score Card

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Health & Safety

Pop Quiz

When you are ready, click your mouse and we will begin.


Today s categories
Today’s Categories…

  • Spotting the Accident Before it Happens

  • Fixing Problems

  • Reporting Possibles

  • Reporting Actuals

  • Dealing With the Committee

  • The Laws

  • Office Ergonomics

    Make sure you have your Score Card

    For every correct answer, write the word you are given into the correct box on the card.


Spotting/Fixing/Reporting

Rules/Committee

Ergonomics

200

200

200

400

400

400

600

600

600

800

800

800

1000

1000

1000

End Game


Spotting 200
Spotting 200

When you see water on the floor you:

a) Mop it up and put up a “Wet Floor” sign

b) Make a paper boat to sail on it

c) Complain loudly

d) Ignore it, it will go away

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Definitely not
Definitely Not

  • It might be fun, but it won’t stop someone from slipping and breaking their neck

  • Sorry, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Ignoring it never works
Ignoring it NEVER works

  • Sorry, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Not really no
Not really no.

  • Unless the person for OHS is standing right behind you with the proper form, this rarely works.

  • Try again

  • Push the button to go back


Well done
Well Done!

  • You just won 200 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    PREPARE

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Spotting 400
Spotting 400

Walking past, you notice a filing cabinet draw is left out. Do you?

a) Hang a note off it saying, “Close your Draw”

b) Walk past, it isn’t your draw

c) Close the draw, and make a quick mention at the next safety meeting that people need to be aware of the problem

d) Walk around the other way

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This will get you thumped
This will get you thumped

  • It might seem funny, but it won’t stop someone from walking into it in the mean time, or stop the person from doing it again

  • Push the button to go back


Ignoring it never works1
Ignoring it NEVER works

  • Sorry, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Not really no1
Not really no.

  • This is just another way of ignoring the problem, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Well done1
Well Done!

  • You just won 400 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    INFORM

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Spotting 600
Spotting 600

The air conditioner is making funny noises and smelling. Do you?

a) Make faces and wave the smell away with your hand

b) Report the problem to your supervisor and/or safety officer

c) Eat a lot of beans and try to cover the smell with your own bad smells

d) Ignore it, it will go away

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Definitely not1
Definitely Not

  • It might be fun, but it will just add to the problem, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Not really no2
Not really no.

  • Unless the person for OHS is standing right behind you with the proper form, this rarely works.

  • Sorry, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Ignoring it never works2
Ignoring it NEVER works

  • Sorry, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Well done2
Well Done!

  • You just won 600 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    REPORT

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Spotting 800
Spotting 800

Carrying some boxes, you realise you can’t see over the top:

a) You don’t have to carry them far, don’t worry about it

b) Hang a little yellow flag off the box

c) Ask someone to help carry them

d) Dump them somewhere

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Definitely not2
Definitely Not

  • That is just an accident waiting to happen

  • Sorry, try again

  • Push the button to go back


You are not a ute
You are not a ute

  • Sorry, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Not really no3
Not really no.

  • Dumping them normally means they are still a problem. Someone could trip over them before you get back

  • Sorry, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Well done3
Well Done!

  • You just won 800 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    THINK

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Spotting 1000
Spotting 1000

You see a dangling electric cord at head height. Do you:

a) Stand on a desk and staple it up

b) Ignore it

c) Complain loudly

d) Report it and see someone with a ladder makes it safe

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Definitely not3
Definitely Not

  • Never risk another accident, like falling off a desk, to prevent an accident

  • Always think, what will happen.

  • In this case, the metal staple hits the wires in the cord and shocks you, shorts out and/or starts a fire.

  • Push the button to go back


Not really no4
Not really no.

  • Unless the person for OHS is standing right behind you with the proper form, this rarely works.

  • Try again

  • Push the button to go back


Ignoring it never works3
Ignoring it NEVER works

  • Sorry, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Well done4
Well Done!

  • You just won 1000 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    ACTION

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Egonomics 200
Egonomics 200

When sitting at the computer, you should be:

a) Slouching in a relaxed position with headphones

b) Scrunched up as close to the screen as possible

c) Making sure you have the one closest to the door

d) Comfortable, with everything you need in reach

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Too relaxed is bad
Too relaxed is bad

  • Being relaxed is fine, but slouching starts to hurt after a while.

  • Headphones are fine, but remember too loud is too much

  • Push the button to go back


Just enough is fine
Just enough is fine

  • Being too close is just as bad as too far away.

  • Push the button to go back


Not really no5
Not really no.

  • Being first out the door after class is not a workplace issue, except maybe as a reason for your boss to think about sacking you

  • Push the button to go back


Well done5
Well Done!

  • You just won 200 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    COMFORT

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Ergonomics 400
Ergonomics 400

When seated at your desk:

a) Put everything a mile away, walking keeps you fit

b) Put things up high, out of the way

c) Keep the everyday items in reach with no need to twist

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Pushing too far promotes problems
Pushing too far promotes problems

  • If things are not where you need them, people will tend to work around them, and that often leads to low efficiency and dagerous work practices.

  • Push the button to go back


Too High, Too Bad

  • Items dropping from a height or people stretching awkwardly to get them is a major cause of workplace problems

  • Push the button to go back


Well done6
Well Done!

  • You just won 400 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    PLAN

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Ergonomics 600
Ergonomics 600

If you hit print by mistake on a 300 page document, you:

a) Cancel the print job and put the unwanted paper into the recycling

b) Panic

c) Just let it go, you can always blame it on someone else

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Definitely not4
Definitely Not

  • First up, you will be caught eventually.

  • Second, think of the trees.

  • Push the button to go back


Panicking never works
Panicking NEVER works

  • Sorry, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Well done7
Well Done!

  • You just won 600 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    CONSERVE

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Ergonomics 800
Ergonomics 800

When sorting out your workspace:

a) You put things where ever you want them

b) You make sure your workplace is safe for you and others

c) You tell the boss you need more plants

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Thinking of others
Thinking of Others

  • Your space is important to you, but in the workplace, it must comply with safety laws and your workplaces requirements.

  • The people around you need to share your space too. It needs to be OK for everyone.

  • Push the button to go back


Not really no6
Not really no.

  • Plants can lower stress and improve the workplace, but they are deadly to a lot of equipment. The workplace is all about balance and using common sense.

  • Push the button to go back


Well done8
Well Done!

  • You just won 800 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    COMPROMISE

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Ergonomics 1000
Ergonomics 1000

Seated at your desk, you should:

a) Have your elbows at 90 degrees to the table

b) Have regular breaks and micro pauses

c) Have the monitor at eye height

d) Make sure you mouse is within easy reach

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Great
Great

  • One good point but you need more

  • The first word for your score sheet is SAFETY

  • Push the button to go back


Very true
Very True

  • But there is more

  • The second word for your score sheet is REALLY

  • Push the button to go back


That is true
That is true

  • But there is more

  • The third word for your score sheet is DOES

  • Push the button to go back


Well done9
Well Done!

  • The fourth Word for your answer sheet is

  • If you have all four words, well done, you have won 1000 points

    COUNT

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Rules 200
Rules 200

A workplace health and safety committee:

a) Is totally responsible for OHS

b) Are there to carry the can

c) Help ensure safety by minimising dangers

d) Allow you to forget about safety

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Definitely not5
Definitely Not

  • Safety is ALWAYS everyone’s job

  • Push the button to go back


The committee is not just fiction
The Committee is not just fiction

  • The committee is not just there to prove the boss isn’t liable for claims. They are responsible for collating the information.

  • You still have to think safe

  • Push the button to go back


Not really no7
Not really no.

  • Safety is EVERY ONE’S job

  • Push the button to go back


Well done10
Well Done!

  • You just won 200 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    EVERYONE

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Rules 400
Rules 400

The legislation is:

a) Too hard, I can’t possibly know it all

b) Something the boss has to worry about

c) Only for the OHS committee

d) Something I need to be aware of

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Just the basics
Just the Basics

  • No one can know all the legalisation without being a lawyer

  • Ignorance is no excuse, you have to know the basics, at least the stuff that applies to you.

  • Push the button to go back


Well done11
Well Done!

  • You just won 400 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    LEARN

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Rules 600
Rules 600

When you fix a problem, like wiping up a spill:

a) You have done your part

b) What spill, I didn’t even see it

c) You can just dump the wet rags in the sink

d) Report to your supervisor that the spill was there, in case it was a faulty a/c

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It s only a start
It’s only a start

  • Wiping up the spill is a great start.

  • MORE is needed. Tell someone there was a problem to stop it happening again.

  • Push the button to go back


Ignoring it never works4
Ignoring it NEVER works

  • Sorry, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Not really no8
Not really no.

  • Safety includes good housekeeping

  • Sorry, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Well done12
Well Done!

  • You just won 600 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    STEPS

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Rules 800
Rules 800

During a fire:

a) Run like mad

b) Try to save all your stuff

c) Stay calm and head to your safety point

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Definitely not6
Definitely Not

  • Panic causes more damage and injuries than fire ever does

  • Sorry, try again

  • Push the button to go back


Stuff is not people
Stuff is not People

  • Some procedures would like you to lock your drawers before leaving, but remember, most important is getting you out safe and sound.

  • Forget about your stuff

  • Push the button to go back


Well done13
Well Done!

  • You just won 800 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    PRIORITIES

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Rules 1000
Rules 1000

When at safety training you:

a) Look bored, we do this stuff all the time

b) Take notes, this could save your life

c) Wish you could be getting on with your work

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Definitely not7
Definitely Not

  • Safety training is done all the time BECAUSE it is important.

  • Push the button to go back


Safety is your job
Safety is your Job

  • We have all been guilty of wanting to just get things done.

  • Safety doesn’t slow things down, it makes sure nothing brings work to a halt.

  • Push the button to go back


Well done14
Well Done!

  • You just won 1000 points

  • The code for your answer sheet is

    TRAINING

Back to Board


Thanks for Playing

  • Your score sheet can now be used for

    MERGE A WORD


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